Learn how your Healthcare platform can access and grow in the US! Get FREE 1-2-1 access to raft of US market entry and growth specialists and capitalise on this opportunity in Cambridge on 25th June.
Get bespoke face-to-face advice and guidance from US East and West Coast in-country experts on market entry and expansion, compliance and investment, payments and logistics, talent and travel - alongside access to UK and US agencies and trade bodies, including Greater Irvine Chamber Orange County, Maryland Department of Commerce, OCO Global and Department for International Trade.
The GTM US Healthcare Workshop supports the Health Horizons Conference in Cambridge on 26th and 27th June, part of Cambridge Biotech Week and we are delighted to be able to offer a 25% discount on conference tickets, details of which will be forwarded upon registration to this GTM US Healthcare Workshop event.
Other specialist mentors at the workshop include:
What you can expect:
A series of 1-2-1 consultations with the experts in the room who will give you personalised advice and guidance around your specific needs and circumstances.
To facilitate this, the organisers will contact you in advance of the workshop to capture your needs so that the appropriate 1-2-1 mentoring sessions can be organised.
Please note, attendance is subject to the approval of the organisers who will contact you after you have registered.
Who should attend:
CEOs, founders and senior managers of digital and tech scale-ups looking to expand internationally in the next 3 to 6 months and with turnover in the range £2m to £50m.
Workshops run in two-hour slots throughout the day and are organised so that you have a series of one-to-one consultations with select experts relevant to your business needs and international expansion plans. There is also opportunity for peer to peer networking.
About GTM Global:
GTM Global connects UK scale-up brands in digital and tech to a designated panel of experts from government, trade bodies and commercial partners to provide on-going advice and guidance on go to market strategy and international expansion planning.
What to expect from the GTM Workshop Programme:
This workshop is part of the GTM programme which supports mid-market tech/digital companies on their international expansion journeys. By participating in the programme you can expect a mix of the following:
About OCO Global:
OCO Global are a Trade and Investment specialist firm, with over 20 years' experience in working with both public and private sector clients, helping them to build and execute successful international investment attraction plans and supporting business growth in new markets. Clients include leading economic development organisations such as the UK's Department for International Trade (DIT), the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and Invest Hong Kong; as well as multi-national corporations such as EY, Santander and Pepsico, as well as SMEs such as Jumpack and GTT Europe.
As the state's primary economic development agency, we stimulate private investment and create jobs by attracting new businesses, encouraging the expansion and retention of existing companies, and providing workforce training and financial assistance to Maryland companies. The Department also promotes the state's many economic advantages and markets local products and services at home and abroad to spur economic development and international investment, trade and tourism.
Cutting edge R&D: Irvine and Orange County became a hotbed for the life science industry initially in the 1950s. Today it has 1,100 life science companies, employing more than 43,000 persons generating $35.3b annually. Irvine has one of the top 100 universities on the Shanghai Index: University of California in Irvine (UCI).
Major companies: Edward Lifesciences, Medtronic Heart Valves, Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc, Baxter International Inc, Allergan Inc, Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries, Avid Bioservices, Inc.
Technology ecosystem: Irvine has innovative start-up ecosystem and launch pads (such as OCTANe, which connects new medical innovators to angel investors) specialising in medical devices and biotechnologies with a cost of business 50% less than Silicon Valley.
About Health Horizons:
Over the previous 20 years we have seen a significant change in the healthcare industry. Small molecules have been pushed out of the blockbuster limelight by biologics. Decreasing sequencing cost has allowed more targeted R&D and the use of increasingly interdisciplinary data to influence prognosis has become standard practice. All of this points to a healthcare future with an increasingly personalized approach.
We are on the brink of a technological revolution in healthcare where data collected from all different sources will influence the way we view, prevent and cure disease. This approach aims to master the curative means of disease treatment and extend it’s branches into preventive and longevity based means. The constant monitoring from cradle to grave will give insights into how we should live our lives, how we should eat and even determine where we shall live.
The drastic shift in focus expected in the coming years leave many questions about current business models unanswered. Will the ‘old’ models of the small molecule giants suffice when used on biologics? How will precision medicine and patient stratification affect the pricing and affordability of treatment? How will data companies benefit from the pricing turmoil and how big a part will they play in the future of healthcare?
The questions are on the near horizon and we aim to address these in the Health Horizons Cambridge Conference 26/27 June 2019.
About The Bradfield Centre:
The event is organised in collaboration with The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge's hub for tech and deep tech companies, operated by Central Working. Our mission is to grow scaleups and provide them with the connections and support they need to thrive. The way we do this is by building a sense of community through human interactions and high-quality events which engage our members and allow for networking.
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